Due to the amount of time we’ve spent wandering around south east Asia we’re occasionally asked for itinerary suggestions by people planning trips. Below is a favourite itinerary idea of ours. We’ve done all of the legs of this railway adventure at various points but have never done it all in one go. Even
The first port of call after having my Australian passport renewed was the Royal Thai Embassy in Singapore to organise our 60 day Tourist Visas. For those of you who aren’t aware, Australian’s receive thirty (30) days of free tourist visa access if they fly into Thailand. If you enter by land then it
Oh my. The photo above was taken so long ago! It was a self portrait taken out front of the Perth International Airport in Western Australia. Back on the 1st November 2011. We have both changed a lot since then. This is what we have been up to over the last four fantastic and
It always pays to be at least a little organized when it comes to ferries. Book your ferry tickets from Koh Phangan to Koh Tao the day before through your hotel or guesthouse. Why? Well, most places will offer free transport to the ferry pier at no extra cost. How handy is that? Brilliant
Something is up with Tanya and I. After having spent a lot of time island hopping from tropical island to tropical island we seem to have developed a condition we’re calling “tropical island fatigue”. Sure, the scenery is beautiful, the beach is lovely and the weather is great. It’s just gotten a bit… dull.
We didn’t do much while we stayed on Koh Phangan in Thailand. Staying in our little bungalow with it’s awesome outdoor bathroom at a gorgeous resort with Discovery on tv, made it hard for us to move anywhere. However, when we did leave, we went to Mae Haad Beach and Chaloklum Bay. Enjoy our
We didn’t really want to visit Koh Phangan. Tanya had been quite a few years earlier and visited a half moon party at Haad Rin, the main tourist centre of Koh Phangan, and didn’t want to go back. Andrew hadn’t been to Koh Phangan before and since we were just a short, yet horrible
Note: This is one person’s personal opinion recorded shortly after taking a ferry between Koh Samui and Koh Phangan. Unless the author listed below the post is you it may not match your own experience. If you have a different experience and are willing to tell others about it then include it in the